EMH Global re-launches to offer seamless communications services
Integrated marketing and digital communications firm, EMH Global, has been re-launched in Accra, as it seeks to leverage proven expertise and experience to offer seamless and up-class marketing services to corporate organisations in the country.
The company is bringing to the local communications market a wide portfolio of products and innovations in the areas of technology and digital marketing as well as other social contents, specifically video production and online streaming.
Director and Co-Founder of the company, Philip Osei-Hwere, told the B&FT in an interview: “We have been studying the market over the past eight years and we feel we are ready at this time to enter the market, especially at a time that the government is encouraging more investments and diverse expertise to drive socio-economic growth.
Communications agencies in the country are doing greatly; but we are also coming on board with a different flair. Our staff has been trained to UK-style standards but we will merge that by engaging local expertise on their various areas of business.”
He added: “Our unique selling point is that we have channels outside the United Kingdom which we will leverage to market local clients that are seeking exposure off the shores of the country.”
EMH Global will also be strongly visible in the areas of branding and promoting the country as a preferred tourism destination for national development.
To this end, Mr. Osei-Hwere disclosed that the company will soon roll out a couple of initiatives including the Ghana Travel Tourist Guide; which is an online platform that will focus primarily on Ghana’s tourism destinations.
He indicated: “As Ghanaians with the international experience, we believe we can tell the Ghanaian story better. We will not be competing, but rather be complementing efforts at positioning the country as a preferred tourism destination.
Co-Founder of EMH Global, Martin Anncou, indicated that the company has grown at a fast rate over the past 14 years, having established offices in India and New York to facilitate external activities in Asia and America and it will leverage its expertise to improve communications in the local market.
He said: “We have attracted and recruited an excellent team of strategist, creative graphic designers, producers, information and communications technologists and business experts with wide and varied business backgrounds.
In Ghana over the past eight years till now, we have been servicing purely the relationships established through our London office whilst studying the Ghanaian market; we now feel ready and confident to bring on board our expertise and experience to add onto the amazing works being done by fellow agencies across Ghana.
As a company, we believe in collaborating if need be to ensure our projects offer greater impact for the benefit of our clients so EMH will be looking out for strategic partners in Ghana.”
Mr. Anncou said EMH Global will engage opportunities to the many brilliant unemployed graduates to offer them the opportunity to express their creativity and technology skills.
“We will be reaching out to various higher educational institutions looking to partner with us to take on board some of their excelling students,” he noted.